The InnovateNetZero project will retrofit a historic building in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood, which houses ninety-one, low-income residents and is owned and operated by the Chinatown Community Development Center. The project will apply the same cost cutting strategies that high-end commercial buildings use, while at the same time passing those savings to the nonprofit that runs this housing facility. Project partners include Chinatown Community Development Center, RMW Architects, Integral Group, National Renewables and Energy Laboratory and the San Francisco 2030 District.
The combined efforts of government, nonprofit and business partners in these projects are all aiming toward the goal of achieving ZNE buildings. These two projects will not only convert these different building types to ZNE, but also showcase what can be done for all grocery stores and mixed-use buildings. Apply now for your chance to have your company's ideas and tech featured in these groundbreaking projects for the future of sustainable and efficient buildings.
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